Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Tonight: 12/21

Tonight at Underworld: Blood on the Yule Balls, be sure to pick up reduced admission flyers for:
Labyrinth: Friday the 13th Ball II (1/13/12)
and Redrum Ball (1/15/12 & 2/19/12)!

See you all tonight!!!

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Sir William Welles' Official 40th Birthnight Party!!!!

Come one, come all to THE REDRUM BALL!

Episode IV: The Winter Of Our Discontent

Welcome back everyone! We have another special event jam packed with tons of goodies in store for you...

+Xris SMack!

Special live music performance by THE WITCHES IN BIKINIS!

Go Go dancing by Amber Star & special guests

Celebrating the birthdays of Sir William Welles & DJ Aengel!
There will be cake!

Tons of giveaways courtesy of NEW GOTH CITY!

2x1 drink specials 10-11

Ticket giveaways for STIMULATE

All this at the amazing R BAR!
208 Bowery btw Prince & Rivington

$10 with flyer/printout

*Proceeds will be donated to the family of our dearly departed Jeniviva. May her beautiful soul rest in peace.

To RSVP via Facebook, click here!

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Poem: The Exit Clause

It is with great regret
that I must inform you,
I quit,
I give up,
I resign,
from the career
of my life.

My desk has been cleaned out,
a wooden box holds my affairs;
trinkets of my history,
to be buried or burned…
whichever is more fitting.
Never to be remembered,
For my poor performance.

My supervisors,
my subordinates,
my peers, all agree,
I can be well replaced,
by the next in line.
One call to Human Resources,
I’m sure will yield plenty!

This corporate ladder
Has no more rungs for me.
Gone are the days
of upward mobility.
All that is left
is a spiraling decline…
my moral bankruptcy.

No need of severance pay…
I’ve no one to support,
I’ve nothing to maintain.
As you very well see,
there is no real reason
for me to hang on,
persist, or remain.

I did not meet my quota;
did not give a stellar presentation;
nor gain any appreciation.
Not a team player.
Not a go-getter.
And certainly not living up to
my full potential.

As I see myself out,
I’ll be sure to turn off the lights,
and to close the door behind me.
But most of all, don’t you worry
about the state of the company…
I am quite confident,
it will strive without me.

~Sir William Welles (12/6/11)